Clam dip gets a Spanish twist, inspired by a classic tapas flavor combination.
Two favorite fall flavors combine in these perfectly spiced gingerbread cookies with a velvety-smooth apple butter center.
Subtle hints of classic pumpkin pie spices complement the sweet squash undertones of this perfectly-sweet pumpkin cheesecake.
A quick pickling process mellows the heat of hot peppers while adding a pop of flavor with a medley of spices and vinegar.
A flavorful fall soup comes together easily thanks to a can of pumpkin puree.
Almonds and Vanns Almond Extract add a hint of nuttiness to these citrusy marmalade crumble bars.
A simple almond frangipane elevates a rustic stone fruit galette.
Hummus and baba ganoush aren't the only two pureed Middle Eastern dips out there - caramelized carrots provide a sweet base for this dip, while Vanns Cumin, Coriander, and Harissa add earthy depth and spice.
Coleslaw isn't the only kind of cabbage salad out there - grilling wedges of cabbage before drizzling them with a vinaigrette spiked with smoky, spicy Vanns Chipotle Chili Powder reveals an entirely new side to this versatile vegetable.
A quick shirmp dish that builds flavor through the use of Asian aromatics, earthy turmeric, and spicy chili flakes. Combined with a refreshing slaw, it just needs a side of rice to make a complete meal.
The simple addition of Vanns Cardamom can make your daily coffee habit feel like a special occasion.
The earthy spice of Vanns Harissa, slight green bitterness of Vanns Celery Seed, and heat of Vanns Aleppo Style Chili Flakes bring some excitement to tender roast chicken, with sumac-marinated red onions adding a pop of brightness.
Make this simple dish on a Sunday and you’ll have a flavorful, juicy protein to toss in your lunch salads or serve as part of your weeknight dinner for days.
Romesco, a classic Spanish sauce of pureed roasted peppers, spices, nuts, and vinegar, goes beautifully with every kind of vegetable, raw and cooked - here it's paired with garlicky green beans cooked low and slow in butter for a beautiful browned flavor.
Warm, fragrant Vanns Nutmeg and Cinnamon combine with the creamy tang of buttermilk to create a classic custard pie.
A fairly simple set of ingredients combines with a blend of Vanns spices to create a complex and hearty dish that your guests might not even realize is vegetarian. A perfectly poached egg on top means this dish can be enjoyed from breakfast to dinner.
This mix of Vanns spices, nuts, and seeds, toasted and coarsely ground, can add flavor and sophistication to a variety of savory dishes.
A lightened up, brightened up version of chicken parm that won't weigh you down, but still gives that same satisfaction of juicy chicken, melty cheese, and savory tomato sauce.
Vanns Fajita Seasoning doesn't need to stay inside of a tortilla - it makes for a great fajita-inspired turkey burger as well!
Vanns Orange Extract adds a delicious hint of citrus to a classic chocolate magic shell.
Vanns Cardamom, Cinnamon, Black Tellicherry Peppercorns, and Vanilla add depth and warmth to sweet, chewy, candied orange peels.
A perfect dish for spring, using seasonal vegetables like fennel and leeks to build a light-but-savory broth for tender and flaky cod, with a touch of richness thanks to a homemade garlic mayonnaise.
Hummus isn't the only bean-based dip that's easy to make at home -- this red-lentil based spread is a vegetarian version of kibbe, a Lebanese dish that takes many forms, but always involves bulgur wheat and a mix of delicious spices.
Vanns Sichuan Peppercorns add a spicy twist to cumin-scented lamb meatballs, counterbalanced with a cooling cucumber salad.
By baking brown rice instead of steaming it on the stove, the risk of over or undercooking disappears - in this version, Vanns Curry Powder and a few simple vegetables add flavor and texture.
A fluffy, crispy, buttery Dutch baby pancake is spiced up with warm Vanns Cardamom and Cinnamom and topped with a sharp, sweet blackberry compote.
Vanns ground cardamom and almond extract add a fragrant twist to classic rice pudding, while cooking the rice in almond milk lightens things up.